Date: 14th November 2005 at 1:30pm
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Alain Perrin has told Svetoslav Todorov that he still features in his plans. Mind you, with the stories in the press saying Perrin himself only has 2-3 games to save his job, maybe his plans aren’t that long term!?

The striker, who scored two goals for Bulgaria in a 6-2 friendly win over Georgia, is said to be unhappy at being left out of Portsmouth’s team.

Perrin says ‘We believe in Todorov. We wanted to put him on loan to play some games, maybe in the Championship, before playing in the Premiership. But because LuaLua was ill with malaria, we kept him here. Now we have to see in January if he can go on loan because he needs to play.’

It seems the under pressure boss feels that 27 year old Todorov is short of match fitness having missed two years with a knee injury. He is certainly held in high regard by Pompey fans following his 26 goal haul three years ago which helped lead the club into the Premiership.

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